Christmas. It’s her signature dish and it has become a tradition.
to eat” and “I almost don’t want to take any because it’s so beautiful”.
Yet our impatience and “not enough” thinking won’t let us. As soon as we achieve one goal, we go for more. We want things to happen fast. And we put pressure on ourselves as a result. We get caught up in the “All or Nothing”, “Fast or Nothing”, “Feast or Famine” scarcity pattern. We pour all six colors of Jell-O into our bowl one right after the other – and wonder why things don’t turn out the way we expect. Even if we do achieve our goals, the WAY we achieved them is not sustainable. So we don’t stay there – let alone go beyond them.
- How can you apply this Jell-O salad approach to your life and your goals for this year?
- What do you need to let “set” before you can add to or expand upon it?
- Are there actions you need to develop consistency with?
- Are there results you can achieve (and then sustain) layer by layer?
- How does your impatience and “not enough” thinking sabotage you from experiencing growth WITH balance in your life?
- Any AHAs, questions or comments?